The Hours - 2pm Summer Afternoon - Jeffrey Kurland - 36" by 48"?
Jeffrey Kurland's "The Hours" are a series of 24 abstract paintings that are each meant to suggest the light and color of a particular hour of the day. Each painting (36x48”) is unique with a gestural swirl of color on a solid color ground of acrylic paint. It is a decorative series in which paintings can be displayed singly or in combinations that complement an interior. Paintings from “The Hours” 2019-2020 are for sale individually.
Jeffrey Kurland lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Making art in New York City since 1976, he paints on canvas and paper, all sizes, mostly abstract. Kurland’s art practice includes painting, watercolors, drawing, collage, and mono prints.
Jeffrey Kurland (b.1952) received his BFA in painting and printmaking from the University of Michigan, and an MFA in painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan.
In January 2020, Jeffrey Kurland showed new paintings in a solo exhibition at Art of Our Century gallery, Greenwich Village, New York. “New Paintings” was the inaugural exhibition and showcased large color abstractions from 2019. Kurland’s large diptych, “Breaking Violet” was included in the group show “Fresh Paint” curated by John Gagné of Gagne Contemporary at Art of Our Century in February 2020